for Real Estate
We specialize in transforming photos of vacant properties into beautiful, virtually staged homes that sell faster and for top dollar.
Using Virtual Staging you can quickly & inexpensively stage a property online to attract potential buyers without the high cost of traditional staging.
Virtual staging can reduce the cost of staging by up to 97%.
45% of millennial homebuyers made an offer on a home sight-unseen.
81% of buyers agree that virtual staging helps them visualize the property.
Virtual Staging Plans
Virtual Home Staging
Here's what you can expect from our real estate photo editing services:
Bridge City Staging is not like the faceless virtual staging companies where you upload your photos and hope for the best. At Bridge City Staging we pride ourselves on personal customer service.
You supply the vacant photos and we will consult with you on how best to position your property. We will help you determine your target market, help you choose the photos and rooms that will best represent your property, and then our trained staging design professional will virtually stage it with on-trend digitally placed furnishings that will best attract your target buyer.
How it works:
Contact us to discuss virtual staging needs. After our consultation, we will send instructions on uploading photo(s).
Pricing is just $60 for 1 virtually staged photo.
Bridge City Staging will digitally transform the space to appeal to your target buyer. The average turn-around is 48-hours.
Receive virtually staged photos that are ready to post to on MLS.
Bridge City Staging is here to help!
Call us at 503-810-9527 to discuss your virtual staging needs. Or click the button below to email your request.
Bridge City Staging Promise
We don't bait and switch. What potential buyers see when they visit the property is exactly what they saw in the virtual photos, just without furnishings.
We do not alter or edit the underlying photos of the property.
We do not change wall colors, update flooring, do repairs, or hide damage.
We request that the listing agent discloses in the MLS listing that images have been virtually staged.